State lawmakers are loading up another series of gun bills to shoot through the Florida Legislature for the 2017 legislative session, setting the showdown for another round of intense debate over gun control in the Sunshine State.
Florida lawmakers will have a lot on their plates during this year’s legislative session, but education issues will be some of the hottest topics hitting the chambers’ floor over the next 60 days.
Just as Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine is ramping up his campaign for governor, here comes the bad news about his mayoral record. It was bound to happen -- Levine is a strong personality looking to swell his public profile and on the whole city residents are decidedly unhappy.
Gov. Rick Scott announced his picks for the Florida Constitution Revision Commission Friday morning, rounding out the 37 member group which reviews the state constitution.
The majority of Floridians don’t support allowing guns on college campuses and over half oppose open carry in the Sunshine State, according to a new poll.
Miami Beach, it turns out, is a toxic city for any homeowner who wants to rent out his property during the months he isn't there. Twenty thousand dollars toxic, actually.
The Republican Governors Association has wasted no time in its counterstrike on Tallahassee Mayor and new Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum. Gillum, who declared his candidacy Wednesday, found himself in hot water after it was discovered he used city email to conduct campaign business. By Wednesday afternoon, the RGA hit back at Gillum, filing a public records request to find out just how many times Gillum had improperly communicated using a campaign email address on taxpayers’ dime.
Tallahassee mayor Andrew Gillum has made it official: He will be running for governor in 2018, but his announcement is overshadowed by the fact that he could have broken state law in his announcement rollout.
2017 may have just begun, but Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum is already thinking ahead to his 2018 gubernatorial bid. Gallium has gone from ‘seriously considering’ running for governor to a planned official announcement, all within a week’s time.
The country’s largest gun rights group is fighting back at the New York Times in a new attack ad trashing the national paper for “glossing over” facts and picking sides against President Donald Trump.